Kawasaki Ninja 650 and ER-6N New Updates Launched
Snapshot: Both Motorcycles continue to run on the same 650cc engine that produces 71.11 bhp and 64Nm torque
Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer, Kawasaki Ninja has launched new updates of its most affordable 650cc motorcycles. Both, Ninja 650 and ER-6N motorcycles have received some visual enhancement and sportier tyre. However, these updates do not include any mechanical change or performance upgrade.
Visually, the new Kawasaki Ninja 650 gets a new fresh look, its green colour on the front side has been replaced with black colour, while a blob of silver colour has been placed at the bottom of the fairing. The Kawasaki Moniker on the bottom of the bike has been removed. At the front, the motorcycle continues to share the same styling as its previous models.
The ER-6N is practically the same bike as Kawasaki Ninja 650, except the fairing and headline assembly. This naked street version is now available in all black colour option and some new graphic. The side fender and its fuel tank now come with green outlining while its rear monoshock has been painted green. Overall the new look of the ER6N looks much better than its previous models. The Ninja 650 will run on the same Dunlop RoadSmart II tyres that will fulfil its road and tour purpose, however, the ER-6n received a new much sportier Dunlop Sportmax D214 rubber, that is similar to the one available on the Kawasaki Z800.